2019-12-13T10:23:00+00:00By David Pickup
Lawyers’ literary ambitions range across the genres, encompassing a fictional whatdunnit, a history of the Old Bailey, and an exploration of costs, says David Pickup.
9 December 2019By District Judge Adrian Lower
Essential Magistrates’ Courts Law | Howard Riddle, Robert Zara
9 December 2019By Patrick Gilmour
Ownership, Financial Accountability and the Law: transparency strategies and counter-initiatives | Paul Beckett
2019-11-29T12:06:00+00:00By David Pickup
The Solicitor’s Handbook 2019 | Gregory Treverton-Jones QC, Nigel West, Susanna Heley and Robert Forman.
18 November 2019By Deborah Murphy
Probate Practitioner’s Handbook (8th edition) | Lesley King
Trust Practitioner’s Handbook (4th edition) | Gill Steel
2019-11-14T18:45:00+00:00By Michael Cross
Critics of online courts should be pragmatic not romantic, says Richard Susskind's latest book.
4 November 2019
International Guide to Money Laundering Law and Practice (5th edition)
As a lover of Raymond Chandler (for me the master of ‘noir’), I jumped at the chance to review a noir thriller by A K Reynolds.
The Client Magnet Formula For Lawyers: How to attract and convert more of your ideal clients
28 October 2019
Lethal Force, the Right to Life and the ECHR: Narratives of Death and Democracy | Stephen Skinner
28 October 2019By Rachel Shutt
It’s all B*ll*cks Harold | John Howard
2019-10-25T09:25:00+01:00By David Pickup
A guide to the type of hearings a junior advocate is likely to come across in civil litigation, such as general civil cases, personal injury, landlord and tenant, commercial and employment law.
2019-10-25T08:00:00+01:00By David Pickup
The Right to be Forgotten, sometimes known as Personal Takedown and Forgetting, has developed in various international court cases and is incorporated in the GDPR.
21 October 2019By Anthony Edwards
Criminal Records, Privacy and the Criminal Justice System | Edward Jones, Jessica Jones
21 October 2019By Jon Ludford-Thomas
Law’s Strangest Cases: Extraordinary but True Stories | Peter Seddon
14 October 2019By Tony Shaw QC
Speaking in Court: Developments in Court Advocacy from the 17th to the 21st Century | Andrew Watson
14 October 2019By Tom Proverbs-Garbett
The Right To Do Wrong: Morality and the Limits of Law | Mark Osiel
14 October 2019By Laura Devine
How to Lead Smart People | Arun Singh and Mike Mister
2019-10-09T10:04:00+01:00By Michael Cross
A whiggish history of the Supreme Court could be set for the bestseller lists.
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